Irish Language Blog

Tag Archives: msickquatash

Béile Lá Altaithe i Meiriceá Posted by on Nov 9, 2011

(le Róislín) Speaking of “goile,” here are some sample foods you might find on the biachlár for a typical American Thanksgiving meal, and also the terms for the different courses in a meal, not quite from “anraith” to “cnónna,” but along those lines.  “Glasraí” has many possibilities and there are two choices for “an príomhchúrsa”…

Continue Reading

Maidir le Succotash (nó msickquatash sa teanga Narragansett) (Cuid a hAon) Posted by on Nov 25, 2010

Last time, I promised you a little more on succotash, which is a timely dish for this season, at least in the northeastern United States.  But it’s also a good opportunity to discuss the Irish names of various types of beans (here in part 1) and the different meanings of the word “corn” in Irish…

Continue Reading